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Episode 5: Mind Over Matter & the Tree of Knowledge
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Jerry Fletcher

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 5:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Howzis for a crazy idea...

Ya with me?
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 2:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wow! I get it alright.

For those not clued in, the full graphic set is here:


It shows the many structural signs of the underlying
eversion/inversion of the hypersphere. That first graphic
in Jerry's post, I compared to the human ribcage with
the lung sacks inside. Te octopus is another, BTW.

But yeah, the crown has the same rigid ribs and
usually a soft inner cloth lining.

I also get this:

Jerry Fletcher: Now I know what happens if a tree falls in the forest with no one
to observe it. Until the ripple effects of the event are observed, matter
just holds it's breath.

Nicely put. But your presentation of it also helps makes sense of the
issue. Such as the Schrodinger's Cat question.

So now we come back to the body as the indicator of how reality works.

Notice that the Heartbeat is not under conscious control the way the
breathing is. And the heartbeat has a stronger regularity.

It's not easy to hold your heartbeat (apart from special skill), but
you can easily suspend breath for many seconds with ease.

So as the "circulation" is rythmic and unconscious, it represents the
underlying rythmic, circulatory aspects of reality.

And what is "circulation"? Well it sure sounds like the "circulation"
of the Earth about the Sun, or the Moon about the Earth, etc..
So we are talking about the heart/blood representing the gravity level.

With the lungs tied to the conscious. The level of aprehension.

Now "aprehension" can make you hold you breath in anticipation.
Then something happens and you have a "sharp intake of breath".

Which is observation, or even inspiration!

So, we have the eyes/ether which is an instant continuous process.
Then the lungs/air which is semi-rythmic.
And the heart/water which is rythmic.

Just playing around with ideas here.

We can categorize these elemental forces and match them
properly with body function to figure out the nature of reality.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 3:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great stuff, Nice1

You've got me started now, lol. I can't not see patterns here.

<Thinking outload> Idea

The four aspects are great tools in making 'invisible' connections.

When talking about the processes/functions of the vital systems,
you could break it down like this.

The eyes would represent fully Conscious activity, along with brain/mind.
Fire - Jungian function - Intuition

The lungs representing semi-Conscious activity.
Air - Jungian function - Intellect

Heart representing the unConsciouss "driving force" mechanism.
Water - Jungian function - Feeling

Digestive system, unConscious breaking down and obsorbtion of nutrients.
Earth - Jungian function - Sensation

The rythmic/cyclic processes are interesting too. Maybe theres something
to the intervals and the frequency patterns that occur.

Nutrients; Ingest - digest cycle - slow cyclic process (couple of times daily)

Lungs; Inhale - Exhale - cycles about 12 beats per minute

Heart; pumping, In - out - 50-100 beats per minute

Conscious awareness, I - O - C-cubed maybe? Very Happy

The interplay between the musculatory and skeletal system is another angle...

Bones conform and keep their shape, they are structured order giving a definite form.
Order - structure - compression

Muscles are movement, they are elastic, never completely static.
Chaos - non-structured - Tension

If bones define form, then muscles allow for trans-formation.

Without the change that muscles allow, you'd be like a stone sculpture.

Without the structural Form the bones allow, you'd be like a ball of jelly. Laughing

~"“True observation begins when devoid of set patterns, and freedom of expression occurs when one is beyond systems.”"~
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